Stream Data Center sees an opportunity in building large data center campuses for hyperscale customers, a fast-growing niche in the Interent infrastructure business.
An in-depth look at the latest trends impacting the world of data centers and cloud computing.
CloudHQ has completed its 43 megawatt data center in Manassas, Virginia, which includes a 35-megawatt lease with an anchor tenant. The massive facility marks CloudHQ’s entry into the Northern Virginia market.
Telcos hope to deploy tens of thousands of small cell and DAS antenna systems to support next-generation 5G wireless broadband connectivity. Here’s a look at what this may mean for data centers.
Iron Mountain has agreed to purchase Denver-based FORTRUST for $128 million, continuing the consolidation in the data center industry.
Switch has updated its MOD Data Center Design to package its innovations in a smaller form factor, allowing it to expand beyond hyperscale projects to enterprise, edge and smart cities infrastructure.
Our DCF Data Center Executive Roundtable addresses the need for continuing innovation in data center electrical design and infrastructure.
In our Data Center Frontier Executive Roundtable for the Second Quarter 2017, we ask industry executives how to eliminate data center downtime like the recent outage at British Airways.
The arrival of next-generation 5G wireless is expected to bring widespread disruption of American business, as low-latency connections enable new services. 5G broadband also will mean more data traffic, and more business for data centers.
Advances in hardware and software are bringing the computing power of the cloud into devices in our pockets, allowing smartphones and IoT devices to run AI neural networks and other data-intensive processing.
At DCD Energy Smart, leading executives in the data center and utility sectors discussed looming challenges, as well as areas where the two industries may be able to work together for change.